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Valencia have won six La Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey trophies, two Fairs Cups (which was the predecessor to the UEFA Cup), one UEFA Cup, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, and two UEFA Super Cups. They also reached two UEFA Champions League finals in a row, losing to La Liga rivals Real Madrid in 2000 and then to German club Bayern Munich on penalties after a 1–1 draw in 2001. Valencia were also members of the G-14 group of leading European football clubs. In total, Valencia have reached seven major European finals, winning four of them.
Getting to the Mestalla stadium (view on Google Maps)
If you live outside Spain you will probably decide to travel to Valencia by plane. The main city airport is Valencia-Manises. Many low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Vueling or Easyjet operate flights to Valencia from several locations in Europe. If you are arriving from outside Europe, you will probably find it easier to fly into Madrid, and then take either a connecting flight (55mins) or a high-speed train (90mins) to Valencia.
The airport is connected to the city by the underground metro train. Take Line 5 (green colour) train, which will show ‘Maritim Serrería’ as its destination, and get off at Aragón. You will find the stadium right in front of you. The journey takes around 25 minutes, and tickets are inexpensive.
If you take a taxi, it should cost you no more than €20.
If you travel to Valencia by train you will either arrive at Estació del Nord (most regional services), or Joaquin Sorrolla (most inter-city and high speed trains from Madrid or Barcelona).
1. Arriving at Estació del Nord station: Take Line 5 towards Marítim-Serreria. Metro stop Aragón is just three stops away.
2. Arriving at Joaquín Sorolla station: Take Line 5 towards Marítim-Serreria. Metro stop Aragón is four stops away.
Mestalla Forever Tour
Do you have any spare time before or after the game? Don’t miss the opportunity to take a tour around the oldest stadium in Spain! Our guides will share passionate insights into Valencia CF’s illustrious past. Click HERE for info and reservations.
Curious about Valencia? Discover all that the city has to offer you!
Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, Valencia is the third most populated city in Spain and one that combines tradition and modernity with a wide range of tourist, leisure and entertainment offer. Visit the official tourist info site for further information.